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SRPSKA PSIHODRAMSKA ASOCIJACIJA SPA MORENO

The Programme for a SPA trainer
PRVA STRANA
TABELA EDUKACIJE
EDUKACIJA U SPA
LITERATURA SPA
LITERATURA SPA 1
18 PITANJA SDPS
BIOGRAFIJA DUSANA POTKONJAKA
PISMENI ISPIT 14 TEMA
VODJENJE PSIHODRAMSKE SEANSE
ISPIT ZA PRVI STEPEN
ISPIT ZA DRUGI STEPEN
KLINICKI ESEJ
ISPIT ZA TRECI STEPEN
PROGRAM ZA TRENERA SPA
ENGLISH
The Programme of the Education
LITERATURE
THE FIRST DEGREE EXAM
THE SECOND DEGREE EXAM
THE THIRD DEGREE EXAM
BIOGRAPHY OF DUSAN POTKONJAK
EIGHTEEN QUESTIONS OF SDPS
The Programme for a SPA trainer

THE SERBIAN PSYCHODRAMA ASSOCIATION SPA MORENO

TERMS OF BECOMING A SPA TRAINER (this is the first draft of the document which will be completed):





The candidate should have finished all his educational hours, written all papers and passed the first, second and third degree exams. He should have done enough psychotherapy outside the educational-experiential groups. After having passed the third degree exam, he should have spent minimally two years, minimally 80 sessions in a psychodrama educational-experiential group with the chief SPA trainer as a co-therapist and as a co-trainer in the students group. He should have continued leading his psychodrama group under supervision. He should have enough clinical experience in the mental health profession ; this will be especially specified. He should write papers about the way an educational-experiential group was led. When the sessions were completely led by the trainers and when it was assessed that the student-director should be encouraged. He should describe how the protagonist and the director were chosen, what the group and sociometric process were like. What the quality of the collaboration with the student-director was like during the session. The director should cover by his paper the process after the session, too. When the trainer led the process and when the students led the process. How the students resistances were dealt with during the process. How the possible group developments during the very process were followed, how the ideas of the other students were encouraged, to what degree the content of the previous group was followed in the process. To what extent the students noticed the important group and the action scene part developments during the process. They should have analyzed it. What the discussion on the alternative leadings was like. What the feedback to the student-director was like during the process and how he was warned about the good things and less good things he did during the group leading. If the student wrote the analysis of the group session, then the co-trainer should give oral and later written feedback and comment of the students analytical paper. He should as a co-trainer together with the chief trainer take part in a supervision of the students who lead their groups after they had passed the first and second degree exam. He should gradually take over the group leading and the supervision. He should also write a paper on the supervision developments and the advance of the student-director. He should give the written feedback to the student who led the drama. He should write a theoretical paper on psychodrama and offer the practical examples from the group development and from the action scene part, too. He should take part as a co-therapist with the trainer in leading theoretical lessons and he should lead at least 6 theoretical sessions by himself. His paper should include how he led the theoretical hours through action, i. e. the action scene approach to the theory of psychodrama and group psychotherapy and to the supervision. He should help the students writing the theoretical seminar paper in choosing the literature and writing the theoretical seminar paper. He should also help the students writing other papers. The chief trainer should write a comment on the co-trainer work.



After having finished all the hours, that is after 80 sessions of the students group leading with the trainer and 20 sessions of co-leading the supervision, he should take part in 10 theoretical sessions with the chief trainer and lead 6 theoretical sessions by himself. He should attend the first and second degree exams and together with the trainer write the feedback to the student who took exam.



Then the candidate-trainer will give answers in front of the Examining Board consisting of three members about the papers he wrote as well as to other practical and theoretical questions on the psychodrama, leading educational groups, work with the student-director, process, supervision and theory. He should also refer to the group processes which occur during the supervision sessions and the very leading process. He should also answer the theoretical questions and the questions about the psychodrama and group psychotherapy. After the exam, The Examining Board makes a decision that the candidate passed the exam for the trainer and that he became the SPA Moreno trainer. Or it is specified what the candidate-trainer should pay more attention to in the theory, in the practice of leading the educational groups under the supervision or perhaps to complete his papers and after that, another exam and the conversation with The Examining Board is scheduled. The possibility of the experienced psychodrama therapists, who do not work in the mental health profession but passed the exams for all three degrees, developing as a co-trainer and after that as a trainer for the non-clinical programme od psychodrama and sociodrama will be explored. The non-clinical programme will emphasize the work on the sociodrama and the application of the psychodrama in non-clinical setting such as professional team consultants, groups in companies, sports, police, education. This programme will also include the first part of the play back theatre.





Dusan Potkonjak, the chief trainer of SPA Moreno

June 2006